Comet C/2013 R1 Lovejoy Taken by Gerald Rhemann on December 13, 2013 @ Jauerling, Lower Austria

Comet Lovejoy Taken by Gerald Rhemann on December 2013 @ Jauerling, Lower Austria Omg I'm so fascinated with outer space!

This is probably the most amazing photo you will see of the Orion nebula's center, a cloud of gas and dust known as M42. The work was created by Adam Block at the Mount Lemon Sky Center observatory in Arizona. Image: Adam Block/Mount Lemmon SkyCenter/University of Arizona

Space Photo of the Day 2013

(via Wired) A look at the Orion nebula’s center, a cloud of gas and dust known as Adam Block/Mount Lemmon SkyCenter/University of Arizona

Comet Lovejoy as observed from the ISS by André Kuipers.

cosmos: Comet Lovejoy visible near Earth’s horizon photographed by NASA astronaut Dan Burbank aboard the International Space Station .

NGC 7129 Is A Rosebud-shaped Reflection Nebula located 3300 ly away in the constellation Cepheus. A young open cluster is responsible for illuminating the surrounding nebula.

Swinging on A Star - NGC 7129 Is A Rosebud-shaped Reflection Nebula located 3300 ly away in the constellation Cepheus. A young open cluster is responsible for illuminating the surrounding nebula.

Six Standout Night Photography Tips to Help You Master the Craft

"Startrails above an Alien Lake" by Grant Kaye (. Stars trails move around the north celestial pole, photographed from the shore of Mono Lake in California.

THE LONG TAIL OF COMET.

Lovejoy Taken by Gerald Rhemann on December 2013 @ Jauerling, Lower Austria by allie

Spectacular Hubble Photos to Celebrate 25 Years in Space for Humanity’s Telescope - via Slate The Butterfly Nebula - hubble25_ngc6302

Spectacular Hubble Photos to Celebrate 25 Years in Space for Humanity’s Telescope

NGC also called the Bug Nebula, Butterfly Nebula, is a bipolar planetary nebula in the constellation Scorpius. The structure in the nebula is among the most complex ever observed in planetary nebulae.

Black holes might end their lives by transforming into their exact opposite — 'white holes' that explosively pour all the material they ever swallowed into space, say two physicists. The suggestion, based on a speculative quantum theory of gravity, could solve a long-standing conundrum about whether black holes destroy information.

Scientists Finally May Have Solved Long-Standing Black Hole Mystery

Black holes might end their lives by transforming into their exact opposite — 'white holes' that explosively pour all the material they ever swallowed.


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